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Matthew Amira

Matthew AmiraMATTHEW AMIRA* (KODALY) is originally from New York, New York. Credits include Perchik (FIDDLER ON THE ROOF) Snowy (HONK!), and Aaron Shultz (LEGALLY BLONDE) at Music Theatre of Wichita. At CCM, he was seen as Macheath (THE THREEPENNY OPERA), Rapunzel’s Prince (INTO THE WOODS), Billy Pierce (THE CIVIL WAR), and Mr. Lindquist/Frid (A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC). He holds a B.F.A in Musical Theatre from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. In the Fall, he will be headed to Goodspeed Opera House for THE MOST HAPPY FELLA! He has worked with several New York companies such Gotham Radio Theatre, Project Rushmore Theatre Co. (company member), and the Hudson Warehouse. In 2009, he placed third nationally in the English Speaking Union’s National Shakespeare Competition. Big thanks to Anna, Alan, Michael Cassara and Clear Talent Group. Love to Kathryn, friends, family, and the Lookers!

Dick Decareau

Dick DecareauDICK DECAREAU* (MARACZEK) Broadway and Off-Broadway credits include: RAGGEDY ANN, GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES, and CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS at the Manhattan Theatre Club. Dick played Grandpa Potts in the National Tour of CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG. Dick also toured with RAGTIME and 3 National Tours of the original ANNIE, and many summer stock productions. Dick has performed in numerous regional theatres across the country during his last 30 years in Actors’ Equity. Some of those theatres include Actor’s Theatre Louisville, La Jolla Playhouse, and the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Some of Dick’s recent roles include; Standford S. Tierney in HELLO MY BABY at the Norma Terris Theatre, Oscar Shapiro in CURTAINS at the Papermill Playhouse, Max in SOUND OF MUSIC at the Ogunquit Playhouse and at Sacramento Music Circus, General Waverly in WHITE CHRISTMAS at Syracuse Stage, two productions of HAIRSPRAY as Wilbur, and four productions of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST as Cogsworth.

Mark Fishback

Mark FishbackMARK FISHBACK (SIPOS) Hello, Annapolis! Regional theatre favorites: SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK LIVE! (Tom/Mark), THE WIZARD OF OZ (Lion), …FORUM (Marcus Lycus), WILL ROGERS FOLLIES (Clem Rogers), A BEEF AND BOARD’S CHRISTMAS (Santa), MY FAIR LADY (Doolittle), ALL SHOOK UP! (Sheriff Earl), LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Mr. Mushnik), and 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE (Barfee). Mark would like to dedicate this show to his parents: the Drs. Fishback.

Adam Harrington

Adam HarringtonADAM HARRINGTON* (GEORG) is excited to be making his Infinity Theatre debut. NY Theater: GOLDOR $ MYTHYKA (New Georges), HIT-LIT (Queens Theater), THE JUDY HOLLIDAY STORY (Soho Playhouse/Lucille Lortel; NYCFringe Encore Series). Regional: EVERYTHING IS OURS (Chautauqua Theater Company), THE PILLOWMAN, NOISES OFF, WHAT THE BUTLER SAW, BORN YESTERDAY, and MOJO (all at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater), TARTUFFE (Boston Court Theatre in Pasadena), THE JUDY HOLLIDAY STORY (New Jersey Rep). TV: ROYAL PAINS, IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA, BETTER OFF TED, PARENTHOOD, DIRT, HEROES, SCRUBS, ENTERPRISE. Film: CLUB MAGIC MOMENT (premiered last month at NYC Rooftop Film Festival), FROM THE HEAD (Breaking Glass Pictures), IRON MAN, TORQUE. Adam performs stand-up comedy and has studied with and performed at The Groundlings and Second City Schools in LA and at UCB and The PIT in New York. He’s appeared in several commercials and has written, produced and acted in several web series (GIGI: ALMOST AMERICAN, starring Josh Gad). Adam has a BA in Theater from UCLA.

Analisa Leaming

Analisa Leaming PhotoANALISA LEAMING* (AMALIA) is thrilled to be with the Infinity Theatre Company this summer. Most recently, Ms. Leaming was seen in Germany with the Kurt Weill Festival concert series. Off-Broadway: WHERE’S CHARLEY? (Encores!), PIPE DREAM (Encores!), and THE FARTISTE. Tours include: ANNIE and THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Regional: PIRATES (MUNY St. Louis) THE MUSIC MAN (Geva Theatre), HELLO, DOLLY! (North Shore Music Theatre), SWEENEY TODD and THE GAME (Barrington Stage). Second Prize Winner of the Lotte Lenya Competition for singers. B.M. Eastman School of Music. Thank you to the my supportive family, Joseph and the Gage Group! www.AnalisaLeaming.com

Jimmy Mavrikes

Jimmy MavrikesJIMMY MAVRIKES (ARPAD) is thrilled to be back with Infinity Theatre Company after being a season intern last summer. Jimmy is a recent graduate of Catholic University receiving a Bachelor of Music degree in Musical Theatre. Regional credits include SISTERS OF SWING (Featured dancer, u/s man) with Infinity Theatre Company and PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Pirate) with Washington Savoyards. He was also seen in the Kennedy Center concert “John Bucchino and Friends” working closely with the composer himself. University credits include THE DROWSY CHAPERONE (Robert Martin), FINIAN’S RAINBOW (Og), and a NYMF reading of RIO (Pipio). Locally you might have seen him as Leaf Coneybear in Annapolis Summer Garden’s production of SPELLING BEE. Lastly, Jimmy sends a million thank yous to everyone at Infinity Theatre company, his friends, and his family.

Matthew Patrick Quinn

Matthew QuinnMATTHEW PATRICK QUINN (HEAD WAITER) The last 12 years have included two contracts in Osaka Japan with Universal Studios, opening 5 new shows for Disney Cruise Line, three US national tours, one UK tour and various regional productions. Matthew is so very happy to join Infinity Theatre for the first time and is so grateful to Alan and Anna for supporting him!!! He wishes the company continued success. www.MatthewPatrickQuinn.com

Jackie Washam

Jackie WashamJACKIE WASHAM (ILONA) is thrilled to be returning to Infinity after performing as Maxene Andrews in SISTERS OF SWING last summer. Favorite regional credits include: I LOVE YOU…YOU’RE PERFECT…NOW CHANGE (Woman 1), CAMELOT (Nimue, Guenevere u/s), FAME (Serena), RUMORS (Cassie), and MY FAIR LADY. She has been featured on episodes of Celebrity Ghost Stories on the Bio channel as well as in many concerts throughout NYC. Jackie is a proud graduate of NYU/Tisch (Cap21). Thanks to Alan, Anna, and everyone at Infinity for this amazing opportunity and much love to Blaum, Dad, Josh and Rick! www.JackieWasham.com

Chelsey Lynn Alfredo

Chelsey Lynn AlfredoCHELSEY LYNN ALFREDO (ENSEMBLE) is ecstatic to be spending her summer with Infinity Theatre Company! She is a recent 2012 graduate of Wagner College, with a B.A. in Theatre Performance, and currently resides in Westchester, NY. Some favorite credits include: Pennywise in URINETOWN, Lady of the Lake in SPAMALOT, Rose Alvarez in BYE BYE BIRDIE, Dorothy in THE WIZARD OF OZ, Stepsister-Joy in CINDERELLA, Vivienne in LEGALLY BLONDE, Rusty in FOOTLOOSE and Marty in GREASE. She is incredibly thankful to all her family and friends for the constant love and support!

Max King

Max KingMAX KING (BUSBOY/ENSEMBLE/UNDERSTUDY ARPAD & HEADWAITER) is so excited and grateful to be a one of Infinity’s acting interns this summer! Originally from Lebanon, NH, and is a recent and proud graduate of Wagner College, Class of 2013. Favorite roles include Henry in NEXT TO NORMAL, Emmett in LEGALLY BLONDE, Ren in FOOTLOOSE, and Hanschen in SPRING AWAKENING. Thanks to my family and everyone else who has helped me get to where I am today!

Carly Schneider

Carly SchneiderCARLY SCHNEIDER (ENSEMBLE/UNDERSTUDY ILONA) is delighted to be spending a summer with Infinity Theatre Company! A recent graduate of Missouri State University (B.F.A. Musical Theatre) favorite MSU credits include Susan Waverly in WHITE CHRISTMAS, June in THE MUSICAL OF MUSICALS, THE MUSICAL!, as well as originating the role of Sister in Nathan Tysen & Ryan McCall’s new musical NOAH’S ART. Professional credits include Sabine in THE THREE MUSKETEERS, Robin in GODSPELL, as well as a summer cross-country tour with Missoula Children’s Theatre. Thanks to Anna & Alan Ostroff for this wonderful opportunity, as well as my beautiful family for their love and support! www.CarlySchneider.org

Andrew Way

Andrew WayANDREW WAY (KELLER/ENSEMBLE/UNDERSTUDY GEORG & KODALY) is thrilled to be making his Annapolis debut with Infinity Theatre Company. Hailing from Raleigh, NC, Andrew is a rising senior at Baldwin Wallace University in Cleveland where he is pursuing his Bachelor of Music in Music Theatre. When he isn’t onstage, he can be found playing piano, guitar, and mandolin, or singing in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Duke Chapel, and Hines Chapel. Favorite credits include Young Buddy in FOLLIES (Baldwin Wallace University), Ernst in CABARET (Timber Lake Playhouse), Marius Pontmercy in LES MISERABLES (Broadway Series South), and Sid Sorokin in THE PAJAMA GAME (Enloe Theatre Company). www.Andrew-Way.com

Michael Windsor

Michael WindsorMICHAEL WINDSOR (ENSEMBLE) is extremely excited to be working with Infinity Theatre Company in SHE LOVES ME. Michael is a recent graduate of Salisbury University where he studied Theatre Performance. Some of Michael’s favorite university credits include THE GLASS MENAGERIE (Tom), CAMELOT (Mordred), ROMEO AND JULIET (Romeo), THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS (Silvio), and BABY (Ensemble). In Annapolis, Michael has been seen in RUMPLE WHO? (King Henry) at Bay Theatre Company and XANADU (Terpsicore) at Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre. Michael would like to thank his family and friends for being filled with constant love and support. Enjoy the show!

Lauren Wright

Lauren WrightLAUREN WRIGHT (STROLLING VIOLINIST/ENSEMBLE/UNDERSTUDY AMALIA) is thrilled to be joining Infinity Theatre Company for her first summer as an Acting Intern. This season, she will be playing fiddle in the band for ALWAYS…PATSY CLINE and is a part of the ensemble for SHE LOVES ME (U/S Amalia). She will also be playing various roles in the children’s production, PINOCCHIO. Lauren is originally from Evansville, IN and is a recent graduate of Belmont University, earning her BM in Musical Theatre. Recent Belmont theatre credits include Eponine in LES MISERABLES, Penny Pingleton in HAIRSPRAY, and Mary Lennox in THE SECRET GARDEN. Last summer, Lauren worked at the Bigfork Summer Playhouse playing Gabriella Montez in HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL and Zaneeta Shinn in THE MUSIC MAN. She is a proud member of the Alpha Chi National Honor Scholarship Society and Phi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society.


Andrew Rasmussen

ANDREW RASMUSSEN (DIRECTOR/CHOREOGRAPHER) is best known for producing and directing innovative theatrical projects under his independent production company, Cardinal Theatricals, including Andrew Lippa’s THE WILD PARTY at the Fitzgerald Theater, as well as a sold-out staging of RENT at The Lab Theater and THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW LIVE! Starring DON SHELBY, which WCCO dubbed “The Show of the Year!” Recently he returned from Tokyo, where he was the Associate Director for JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT, as well as at the Ordway Center in the Twin Cities. His work has been seen across the globe including several productions for Norwegian Cruise Line (Artistic Director), JACQUES BREL… at Minicai Center, CINDERELLA at Gateway Playhouse, and directing and developing WHEN A MAN LOVES A DIVA. He’s been an Artistic Associate of Music Theatre International, Ordway Center and is a graduate of the CTI – Commercial Theatre Program. He recently returned from Berkeley Rep in California, where he has been developing and directing a children’s rock musical, MRS. SMITH & CARLYLE: TO MARS AND BACK AGAIN. He holds a BFA in Drama from New York University/Tisch School of the Arts and gratefully makes his Infinity Theatre debut with SHE LOVES ME. www.CardinalTheatricals.com

Michael Cassara

MICHAEL CASSARA, CSA (CASTING DIRECTOR) is a casting director and producer in New York City, where he has cast over 300 theatre and film projects since 2003. Recent credits include FORBIDDEN BROADWAY: ALIVE & KICKING (off-Broadway and cast album), BARBIE™ LIVE! (Mattel, Inc./international tour), HEAT WAVE: THE JACK COLE PROJECT (dir. Chet Walker), FAT CAMP (off-Broadway), KINGDOM (The Old Globe), and productions at many top regional theatres. Film credits include GRANTHAM & ROSE (starring Marla Gibbs and Jake T. Austin), and THE HYPERGLOT (dir. Michael Urie.) Michael is the resident casting director for the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) , where he has cast over 50 musicals since the festival’s inception in 2004. Upcoming projects include THE COLOR PURPLE (Mercury Theater Chicago), the new Los Angeles production of CARRIE: THE MUSICAL, and the 25th Annual NAMT (National Alliance for Musical Theatre) conference. Native Clevelander. Member, Casting Society of America. www.MichaelCassara.net @michaelcassara

Kimberly Schafer

KIMBERLY SCHAFER (ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR/CHOREOGRAPHER) received her Bachelor of Performing Arts in Dance Performance from Oklahoma City University. She was assistant choreographer for DANCING ON A DREAM at The Duke Theatre in New York. Her regional choreography credits include THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, SISTERS OF SWING at Infinity Theatre, ON THE TOWN at the Hobby Center, CRAZY FOR YOU, and many more. She has taught at Dance New Amsterdam, Radio City Music Hall, Rosie’s Theater Kids, and various studios around the New York area. Most recently she performed in BROADWAY BARES XXII produced by Jerry Mitchell and directed by Josh Rhodes and Lee Wilkins, and EASTER BONNET at The Minskoff Theatre for Equity fights Aids. She has performed in various regional productions such as FUNNY GIRL, SINGIN IN THE RAIN, THE WILL ROGERS FOLLIES, CABARET, VICTOR, VICTORIA, and the National Tour of 42ND STREET. She currently choreographs and performs in a cabaret called SPEAKEASY MODERNE at Stage 72 at the Triad Theatre in NYC that runs every last Thursday of the month. For more information, visit or SpeakEasyModerne.com.

Tim Rosser

TIM ROSSER (MUSIC DIRECTOR/PIANO/CONDUCTOR) is a NYC-based freelance music director, composer and pianist. Credits include: music director for this past year’s BC/EFA benefit BROADWAY BACKWARDS at the Palace Theater, keyboards for THE ADDAMS FAMILY on Broadway and CARRIE at the Lucille Lortel, and Music Director of several years for Making Books Sing’s beautiful musicals for young audiences and THE WATER COOLERS hilarious music and comedy act. He is also proud to be pianist for the Blue Hill Troupe, NYC’s Gilbert and Sullivan charity. Tim is an alumnus of Oberlin Conservatory, the advanced class of the BMI/Lehman Engel Musical Theater Writing Workshop and the Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project at Northwestern University. His songs have been heard at his sold-out show at 54 Below with Charlie Sohne, Cutting Edge Composers IV at Joe’s Pub, NYTB at the D-Lounge, NEXT’s Emerging Composers Concerts, The Holiday Songbook at the Lincoln Center Library, and the Zipper Theater. Please visit RosserAndSohne.com for more info!

Anshuman Bhatia

ANSHUMAN BHATIA (SCENIC DESIGN) Anshu is thrilled to return to the Infinity family for his third season. Recent designs include THE PILLOWMAN (FITR Productions), AS YOU LIKE IT & MACBETH (The New School), THE PROPOSAL (Univ. of Denver), LE DONNE CURIOSE(Juilliard School), THE GRAND PARADE (Arena Stage), ANTIGONE/PROGENY (Columbia, Extant), RICHARD III (Facing Page), SUMMER AND SMOKE (NYU), DIRT PART 1(Enthuse Theater, HERE) DAMES AT SEA (Infinity Theater Company), AS YOU LIKE IT (Columbia), a cautionary tail (NYU). Assisting work includes BARBER OF SEVILLE (Central City Opera), THE SUICIDE CLUB (Alley), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Great Lakes), THE SUN ALSO RISES (Washington Ballet), TOSCA (Anchorage Opera), DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY(Roundabout). Upcoming projects: A DANCER’S DREAM (NYC Philharmonic), SHE LOVES ME (INFINITY) and THE HANDMAID’S TALE(Royal Winnipeg Ballet). MFA, NYU. www.BhatiaDesign.com

Jimmy Lawlor

JIMMY LAWLOR (LIGHTING DESIGN) is thrilled to be returning to Infinity Theatre Co! INFINITY: SISTERS OF SWING, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. Originally from the metro DC area, Jimmy moved to NYC and received his MFA in Lighting Design at New York University. Jimmy’s New York work as been seen at St. Clement’s Theatre, Theatre Row, HERE Arts Center, NYU, Columbia University, among others. Regional work includes The Kennedy Center, Arena Stage, and in both spaces of The Shakespeare Theatre. Upcoming projects include lighting shows for Bristol Riverside Theatre in Bristol, PA, as well as returning to Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center to light site specific art installations. www.LawlorDesign.com

Leah Loukas

LEAH LOUKAS (WIG DESIGNER) Broadway Wig Designs: VANYA SONIA MASHA AND SPIKE, AMERICAN IDIOT, IRENA’S VOW. The Public Theater’s, Shakespeare/Sondheim in the Park: INTO THE WOODS. Off-Broadway: BARE: The Musical, CHECKERS, MURDER IN THE FIRST, CARRIE: The Musical, THE SHAGGS, TRIBES, THE DANCE AND THE RAILROAD. Shakespeare Theatre Company, DC: MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM. Papermill Playhouse: THE SOUND OF MUSIC and THE LITTLE MERMAID. Hartford Stage: ABUNDANCE, BOEING, BOEING, 39 STEPS. Goodspeed Opera House: SHOW BOAT. Associate Designer: MOTOWN: THE MUSICAL. Leah is a graduate of the Make and Wig Design program at The University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music.

Tristan Raines

TRISTAN RAINES (COSTUME DESIGNER) Off Broadway: BARE (New World Stages), TRIBES (Barrow Street Theatre), MURDER IN THE FIRST (59E59), FALLING (Minetta Lane), YOSEMITE (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), SCARCITY (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), GETTING THE BUSINESS (Theatre Row), THE BILBAO EFFECT (Center for Architecture). Other New York: THE HOUSE OF VON MACRAME (Bushwick Starr), GOLDOR AND MYTHYKA (New Georges Theatre), YANK: THE MUSICAL (Old Globe Workshop), 83 DOWN (Hard Sparks), LAKE WATER (IRT Theater), CORNER POCKET (Extant Arts), SQUEALER (Lesser America), KEEP YOUR BAGGAGE WITH YOU (Lesser American), B*TCH (TNC), UMBRELLA PLAYS (The Tank), GORMANZEE (Flea Theater), COMEDIE OF ERRORS (New Lions Productions). Regional: TRIBES (Centre Theatre Group-LA/La Jolla Playhouse), BOOK OF GRACE (Company One: Boston), MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE (New Rep of Boston), PIECES (New Rep of Boston), LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR (Huntington Theater/Opera), HANK WILLIAMS: LOST HIGHWAY (Shawnee Theater). Broadway/West End Assistant Design: BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL (Broadway/Alliance Theater/National Tour), WARHORSE (Lincoln Center), THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Public/Broadway), HAIR (Broadway/West End-London). Education: BS: Northwest Missouri State University and Imperial College, London, MFA: Boston University. www.TristanRaines.com

Wes Shippee

WES SHIPPEE (SOUND DESIGNER) is an NYU graduate and Drama Desk-nominated musician, sound designer, and audio engineer. Notable projects include the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and seven years of work with RadioTheatre, garnering multiple New York Innovative Theatre awards. Wes recently mixed mainstage shows aboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s M/S Pride of America in Hawaii as Head Audio Engineer, and is the house engineer at the New School for Drama. He is also the keyboard player for the Yoni Gordon Orchestra (www.yonigordon.com) and Grammy-winning artist Moneybrother (www.moneybrothermusic.com). Wes is thrilled to have been with Infinity for four consecutive summers here in Annapolis. You can find him online at www.Wes.sh, or in real life by turning around in your seat.

Carol A. Sullivan

CAROL A. SULLIVAN* (STAGE MANAGER) returns for a 2nd Infinity season DAMES AT SEA (2012) that compliments credits that include work on Broadway, Off-Broadway and beyond. An active Actors’ Equity member who enjoys volunteering for B’way Bares / Equity Fights AIDS and the 52nd Street Project.

Gregory Ryan Jr.

GREGORY RYAN JR.* (PRODUCTION MANAGER/ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER) is a Penn State graduate with his B.F.A. in Stage Management. This is his first season as Production Manager with Infinity Theatre Company. He is also the event Production Manager with H+G PRODUCTIONS and VCI WORLDWIDE. Stage Management Credits include; Off-Broadway credits: MISS ABIGAIL’S, GIRL TALK, and NORMAN DOESMEN . His Regional credits: THE LARAMIE PROJECT – EPILOGUE, CTRL + ALT + DELETE, WAIT UNTIL DARK, THE DINING ROOM, and OKLAHOMA!. Gregory’s is a proud member of The Hive Theatre Company, Royanth Productions, and Actors Equity.

Marty Knepp

MARTY KNEPP (PERCUSSION) received his musical education from Shenandoah Conservatory of Music. He currently leads the Anne Arundel Community College jazz ensemble as well as a percussion studio. Marty’s current musical projects include: Big Band Caliente (which he leads), “Ehoff.Gano.Knepp” which just released their debut CD titled “Dialogue”, Blue Moon Big Band, Mike Kamuf Little Big Band, Set Theory (Co-leads with Dr. Mark Cook), Dale Corn Orchestra. Marty has shared the stage with Chris Vadala, Mike Stern, Mark Pender, Charlie Daniels, Sheena Easton and many other great musicians. Marty has co-developed with his trio the following concept, “Musical Interactive Listening.” “A groove is a terrible thing to waste.” Please visit www.KneppTunes.com for more information about Marty.

Marc Levandowski

MARC LEVANDOWSKI (TRUMPET) is a recent graduate from the University of Michigan, with a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, Jazz Studies. Born and raised in Connecticut, he attended The Hartford Academy of Performing Arts and Hart School of Music throughout his school years. He toured with the Greater Hartford Youth Wind Ensemble performing in Germany and Austria. He was also a member of the Connecticut All State Jazz and Concert Ensemble. During his college years, he was a member of various bands including the Michigan Latin Jazz Ensemble and the Michigan Jazz Ensemble with which he toured playing at jazz festivals, jazz clubs, and various high schools. His experience also includes in-studio recordings. He has played trumpet in many musicals including; LEGALLY BLONDE, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING, and 42ND STREET.

Devree Lewis

DEVREE LEWIS (CELLO) Originally from West Texas, Ms. Devree Lewis now enjoys teaching and performing throughout the D.C. Metro area. Recently, Ms. Lewis performed as soloist with the Pan American Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center and various venues in Lima, Peru, as well as the prestigious Al Bustan Music Festival in Beirut, Lebanon. A member of Chesapeake Strings, she also performs with the rock cello band Primitivity as well as various local orchestras and chamber music groups. Ms. Lewis received her masters degree in music performance from University of Maryland.

Tim Powell

TIM POWELL (REED DOUBLER) is an active and established freelance musician in the Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan areas. He has performed with the Baltimore, Alexandria, and Altoona symphony orchestras as well as Frank Sinatra Jr., Gloria Gayner, Ben Folds, the Four Freshman, Frankie Avalon, Mauro Marcondes, Origem, The Temptations, The Four Tops, The Mike Kamuf Little Big Band and the Steve Fidyk Big Band. Tim Powell received his Bachelor of Science in Music Education from Penn State University, a Master of Music in Jazz Studies and a Doctor of Musical Arts is Saxophone Performance from the University of Maryland, College Park. His teachers have included M. Dan Yoder, David Stambler, Chris Vadala and Dale Underwood. Powell is currently on faculty at Rowan University, Montgomery College and the University of Maryland, College Park teaching saxophone and a variety of classes.

Zack Stachowski

ZACK STACHOWSKI (VIOLIN) is currently the director of music at St. Andrew By The Bay Church in Annapolis, and is also an active freelance violinist in the DC-Baltimore-Annapolis area. Zack holds degrees in violin performance from Butler University and the University of Maryland. An avid chamber music performer, most recently Zack has participated in the St. Lawrence String Quartet seminar at Stanford University and is artistic director of the newly founded St. Andrew By the Bay Chamber Music Series. As an orchestral musician, Zack has served as concertmaster of the New Millennium Philharmonic and Pro Arte Chamber Ensemble, both located in Indianapolis where he also soloed with the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. As a musician for the theater, Zack has played in pits for productions of WEST SIDE STORY, CANDIDE, GUYS AND DOLLS, PIPPIN, GREASE and was co-sound designer for a Butler University production of JUDGEMENT AT NUREMBURG.

Julie Bays

JULIE BAYS (WARDROBE SUPERVISOR) has been involved in costuming plays in the Annapolis area for the last twenty years. Favorites include BEAUTY AND THE BEST, LITTLE WOMAN, and MACBETH. She enjoys being creative and helping others learn they can also be creative. She is thrilled to part of Infinity Theatre for this summer! Thanks Alan and Anna for this opportunity! Julie is very thankful for family!

Will Cotton

WILL COTTON (CARPENTER) is a lighting designer and production manager from New York City. Originally from Alabama, he is currently getting his MFA in lighting design from NYU. Favorite past credits include THE VIOLET HOUR, THE SEAGULL, WONDER OF THE WORLD, JOURNEY TO AMERICA, and THE ROSE TATTOO.

Jazmine Harper-Davis

JAZMINE HARPER-DAVIS (LIGHTBOARD OPERATOR/TECH INTERN) is a rising senior DePauw University in Indiana studying Communications with a major focus in theatre. She spent most of her theatre on the stage but since studying at school developed a great passion for the design and technical aspect. Her biggest scenic accomplishment is designing the set for DPU’s Fall 2012 musical INTO THE WOODS which was entered into ACTF. She recently held scenic and marketing internships in New York City this past spring and is excited to be in her home state of Maryland working as the technical intern for Infinity Theatre Company. Many thanks to her family, friends, and those awesome people at Infinity Theatre Company.

Nathan Krickbaum

NATHAN KRICKBAUM (AUDIO 2/TECH INTERN) studied sound engineering at Sheffield Institute for the Recording Arts in 2005. Co-founder/Engineer of Master Track Productions recording studio based out of Brooklyn, MD. Studying Video Production at AACC.

Sydney Rusak

SYDNEY RUSAK (2ND ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER/INTERN) is a BFA stage management student at Penn State University. Her stage credits include FROM UP HERE as Assistant Stage Manager; THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE and THE DANCE CONCERT: TALES FROM MY BODY as Stage Manager with Penn State Centre Stage.

* Member, Actors’ Equity